Alex Kingston returns to Cardiff to reclaim her role as Professor River Song for the highly anticipated 2015 Doctor Who Christmas special, part of BBC One’s essential seasonal viewing.
Award-winning saxophonist Alexander Bone joins star-studded line-up for Swansea’s BBC Proms In The Park
BBC Young Musician 2014 Jazz Award winner, saxophonist Alexander Bone, is the latest star-name to be unveiled for BBC Proms in the Park on Saturday, 12 September at Singleton Park.
A bid to discover the Nation’s Favourite Curry has launched on Simon Mayo’s BBC Radio 2's Drivetime show (weekdays 5-7pm), as part of the India Season across the BBC.
BBC Russian service’s iconic presenter Seva Novgorodsev will sign off from his programme, BBSeva, for the last time on Friday 4 September 2015, culminating his 38-year broadcasting career with the BBC.
BBC Wales and Sport Wales have today started the search for Welsh sport’s brightest stars of 2015.
Woman’s Hour Takeover week returns on BBC Radio 4 from Monday 14 - Friday 18 September as once again five remarkable women take over the programme.
Sir Terry Wogan and London cabbie Mason McQueen are on a food trip around the UK, seeking out weird and wonderful regional British cuisine and discovering how our tastes have changed over the years.
The Official Top 50 best-selling UK Singles of Elvis and The Beatles were revealed today in a chart countdown across the day on BBC Radio 2, as part of a weekend of special programming to mark the 50th anniversary of one of the most momentous meetings in music between the rock and roll titans.
Michael Palin and Maxine Peake top the list as the CBeebies Storytime app sees over four million stories downloaded this summer
The BBC today announced that its CBeebies Storytime app, which launched a new library feature in June, has seen over four million stories downloaded over the summer holidays.
Interview with Saba Douglas-Hamilton
Tony Grisoni (Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, Southcliffe, The Red Riding Trilogy, The Unloved) adapts this unique thriller from one of Britain’s foremost fantasy writers. China Miéville, three-time winner of the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award, published The City And The City in 2009 to dazzling acclaim, drawing comparisons with Kafka, Orwell and Philip K Dick.
This weekend BBC Radio 2 will be marking the 50th anniversary of a momentous meeting between Elvis Presley and the young pretenders of pop, The Beatles, with a weekend of special programming including the Official Top 50 best-selling UK Singles ‘Elvis Vs The Beatles’ Chart, as compiled exclusively for BBC Radio 2 by the Official Charts Company.
Kim Shillinglaw announces ambitious range of new programmes across drama, comedy and factual for BBC Two
Speaking today at the Edinburgh Television Festival, Kim Shillinglaw, Controller of BBC Two and BBC Four, talks about her first year at the helm of BBC Two and announces a wide range of new titles, which demonstrate her ambition for the channel.
"Unmissable day" ahead as BBC Wales prepares to broadcast Cardiff Half Marathon live for first time on TV
BBC Wales has announced that it will be televising the Cardiff Half Marathon on Sunday, 4 October for the first time, bringing both live coverage and highlights from the day’s events, adding to the live coverage already planned for BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru and Online.
The final two contestants for the brand new series of Strictly Come Dancing have been confirmed as Kirsty Gallacher and Iwan Thomas who join the star-studded cast of 2015. Kirsty and Iwan were revealed live in The One Show studio this evening, joining presenters Alex Jones and Adil Ray on the famous green sofa.
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